A delegation from the Chinese Guangxi Qinzhou City led by the Qinzhou City Secretary Mr Zhang Xiaoqin arrived in Kuala Lumpur on Feb 27 for a visit as part of the ongoing follow-up consultations on the Malaysia-China Qinzhou Industrial Park.
Upon their arrival, they were taken to a visit to the Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) in Cyberjaya, led by Tan Sri Ong Ka Ting, the Prime Minister’s Special Envoy to China. The party was received by the MDeC CEO Datuk Badlisham Ghazali.
The visitors were briefed on the development plans of the Multimedia Super Corridor, its current stage of development, the development of Cyberjaya, the different categories of investment companies as well as their achievements and investment returns. The briefing covers the entire development of the Multimedia Super Corridor from its launching in 1966 until now.
Tan Sri Ong explained that the newly launched Qinzhou Industrial Park is partly based on the blueprint of the Multimedia Super Corridor aiming for high-tech integrated development and as such, Mr Zhang Xiaoqin and his delegation were very keen to visit the MDeC.
During the meeting Mr Zhang expressed his hope to attract some of the companies in the Multimedia Super Corridor to participate in the development of Qinzhou Industrial Park. He extended his invitations to MDeC as well as companies in the Multimedia Super Corridor to visit the Qinzhou Industrial Park and participate in its development to make the Malaysia-China iconic joint-venture project a success.
Welcome to MDeC: Tan Sri Ong Ka Ting (centre) and Mr Zhang Xiaoqin (right) welcomed by Datuk Badlisham Ghazali（left）on their arrival at MDeC.
In earnest discussion: members of the Qinzhou delegation and MDeC senior officials exchanging views during the briefing.
One for the album: a group picture after the visit.